Politics, Candidates, Promises, and Predictions

In the section “Dautzenleins and the Esoteric”, the Dautzenlein Theory states that: “Dautzenleins are, in fact, the physical universe records of the intentions of beings via their creations.”

This leads to a Dautzenlein Corollary:

In the physical universe, you can only discern and measure the Intention (Lein),after the fact, by observing the physical universe creation (Daut).

It’s like the saying: The Proof’s in the pudding. (The saying is actually, the proof is in the eating of the pudding). Thus the pudding must be completed and sampled (tasted) before one knows the content.

This is fine if we are looking at history but what if we are looking at the present as it approaches the future?

What if we would rather find out what we are in for before something is complete and in place? This “look into the future” isn’t sorcery, fortune-telling, or magic…it’s common sense!

Some people use intuition, gut-feelings, sixth sense, etc. Those are great if you have them and they are accurate but what about those who do not have such abilities?

How do we forecast the potential Dautzenleins yet to be created by the Intentions of the individual(s), groups, their actions, or plans?

Dautzenleins, Dautzenlein Projections, and ”connecting the dots”, all come together as Common Sense and can develop predictions about what is to be created or experienced.

Connect existing Dautzenleins out into the future and remember, the intention is the key.

 

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Update re: Trail of Tears Route from Fort Buffington to Fort Wool confirmed.

Update re: Trail of Tears Route from Fort Buffington to Fort Wool confirmed.

14 August 2015

Documentary evidence confirming that the Fort Buffington Cherokees took a northern route to Fort Wool rather than the more southern route taken by the Sixes Cherokees has been established.

For some years we have believed this to be the case but did not have the Dautzenleins connected. The “dots and lines” are now connected!

County land records, Cherokee County Court records, eye-witness reports, maps, travel times, and military records connect to give us a good picture of this portion of the Trail of Tears.

While most sources, like the National Park Service and Trail of Tears Association have shown the Trail going south and then west from the Canton area, we now know it went north and then west to arrive near New Echota and Fort Wool.

The leg of this route beyond Reinhardt’s still needs more documentation but there were only two major routes across at that time, one through Pine Log and the other through Sallacoa.

Now more data may be found as the Dautzenleins of this route are observed and connected to fill out history in this area.

Details and references are in our book: The Curious Disappearance of Fort Buffington (3rd  Edition, September 2015).

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